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22nd March 2024

Despite the criticism, Postmodern style is proving to be irrepressible. "A House for Essex” (2015) is a holiday home built by Living Architecture in collaboration with Grayson Perry and Charles Holland of FAT Architects. It was described by Edwin Heathcote in the Financial Times as "an absurd melange of Finnish stave church, Thai temple, arts and crafts mausoleum and fairytale gingerbread house." 

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